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Documents Needed To Collect SRD Grant From The Post Office

South African Social Security Agency, SASSA has served notice to the general public especially those who have applied or intend to apply for the special social relief of distress also known as SRD to make sure they have the acceptable documentation before going to the post office for their money.

In a post, made by sassa on their official Facebook page and Twitter page, they stated that the only acceptable form of identification for the payment of the srd grant of R350 at the post office : Original ID card or Book.

They were quick to add that Birth Certificate, Copies of ID, affidavits are not permitted or accepted for the collection of the temporal srd. They however urged all those who cannot or don’t have access to their original ID for whatever reason to contact the Home Affairs Department for a Temporal ID which is permitted for collections.

Below is their statement :

Notice for the special COVID-19 SRD temporary grant beneficiaries: You will need your original ID card/book to collect your social grant from the Post Office. Birth certificates, ID copies or affidavits are not permitted. The Department of Home Affairs is now open for temporary ID applications. A temporary ID is also accepted. #SASSACARES

Sassa OOfficial Statement
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35 thoughts on “Documents Needed To Collect SRD Grant From The Post Office

  1. I applied for the second SDR it was approved and all but…its been more then a month waiting for a SMS to go get my payment by the post office can someone help me with a date or some kind of update to pay dates for me pls its needed

  2. I applied for the grant on may but it declined…i did apply again in june it keep saying pending until now

  3. I apply in May and was Approved, I all so Approved for June and July and still Pending for August. But i never reserved a message from sassa to collect my money. So i went to post office on Tuesday to see if i can get my money they said i don’t exist on the system i must call sassa but when i trained calling them but it don’t go through what can i do please.

  4. Hi there I’m approved for August and September but still haven’t received a pay date or SMS from Sassa to recieve my money from post office, I have open myself a TymeBank account how do I get to send my details to Sassa please help

  5. They rob me my sassa card
    Iwant to make new sassa card where I must go sassa or Post office

  6. I went to collect my R350 on the 28/01/2021 , @ the post office it was my pay date ,but wen I came at the teller they told me that my money was collected already.u was shocked cuz here I am and did not receive anything, the teller took my contacts details an said they would get back to me but u am still waiting, pose help me

  7. I have applyed last year in june but its decline and say i have be registered for UIF but I’m unemployed i don’t understand until now i didn’t received any money from SRD grant why can you explain i never received UIF i have lost my job since January 2019 but still i don’t understand what going on here.

  8. Since from the day last year 2020 they did approved me …, BT i didn’t get even single cent because there was no date 😭😭😭 only thing i need now is help about date πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

  9. Me too, I’m not get any money from sassa from last year. I’m sending all my details from my phone for myself and for my son..he already get his money but not me..I don’t understand why not. Please help

  10. Since from the day last year I’m sending all my details from my phone and never get a sms from sassa, please help

  11. I’m sending all my details to sassa last year 2020 and never get an sms from them. Please help I am 57 jrs old and waiting for answers

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